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Simple imagery, simple observance. Yet a great response. From a population with an estimated 10% Irish connection, St Patrick's Day seems to produce an adoption rate of of a very high order, a happy mixture of "real ones" and "wannabes", and why not? I remember today as a tribute to my ancestry and family memories, to thoughts of my parent's (long gone) wedding anniversary, my early community, of concerts participated in with vigor and "real" celebration in poorer times, and in a different country. It must be a product of my aging, but this year I kept my celebration really (4 comments)
Unseasonably warm weather... It certainly feels like Spring in Salt Lake City, Utah. Warm temperatures. The ability to forget your coat. The returning bounce in people's step. AND the appearing blooms. So can we begin to cheer after a lack-luster, iffy winter? And look forward to re-growth and a year of achievement? Why not? Temple Square and Plaza in Salt Lake City are certainly showing the seasonal change. After all, Spring General Conference of the LDS Church in the heart of the city is only two weeks away, and the gardens there always greet the crowds of visitors, national and (8 comments)
I can still be tempted. Now that I have lived in the land-locked State of Utah for the last five plus years, I have gotten out of the regular routine of seafood dishes, somehow associating seafood with a coastal experience. My wife and I differ in our staple eating, but in the interests of household harmony I have been adapting to what is proffered (...and doing quite well, I might add). All good things come to those who wait. My Fridays now see me close to a magnificent cafeteria that includes a special of seafood (on real plates). Fish and (7 comments)
Mild Winter for Sandy Utah - 03/06/12 03:12 PM
Mild Winter for Sandy Utah What a strange winter! Some snow on the hills, a few chill winds and the odd snow flurry in town. Last year we could not turn the snow off - this year, the snow plow operators sit idle. With promises (unfulfilled mostly) of elusive storms, they become strangely active, showing their presence in Sandy streets, getting truly excited over a mere inch of snow if they can find it to play with. With last week's dump, I had my moments on my electric scooter, bursting through dry powder, making my way to the Trax stations, and (5 comments)
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